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Hybra Advance Technology on the Future of Wireless Audio | Xconomy

Hybra Advance Technology on the Future of Wireless Audio | Xconomy | Future Audio Technology | Scoop.it
Ryan Wells and Joe Thiel, co-founders of the Traverse City, MI-based startup Hybra Advance Technology, formed their company in 2009 with the idea to build
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Hotwiring the future of in-car tech with a smartphone and Raspberry Pi

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Weblink works around bugs in in-car tech by putting smartphone app in charge.
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Close Your Eyes In "Gravity" To Hear The Next Frontier Of Cinema Sound

Close Your Eyes In "Gravity" To Hear The Next Frontier Of Cinema Sound | Future Audio Technology | Scoop.it

"What audiences may not have realized is that an equally astounding part of the thrill came from a spacey sound system created by Dolby called Atmos. Theaters equipped with Atmos project sound effects anywhere in the room to complement the movements of visual effects on screen."

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Tactile Audio Technology Is The Future of Music Listening

Tactile Audio Technology Is The Future of Music Listening | Future Audio Technology | Scoop.it
SubPac is a pad that transfers low music frequencies into physical vibrations, bringing the club experience of a bass show into the privacy of home
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Marche Foy's curator insight, September 8, 2015 8:11 PM

This a great article about a new device that transfers low frequencies from 5hz to 130hz into physical vibrations. I give you a feeling that you are in a club.

Pros: I believe no only  it will aid audio engineering with mix but it will aid  deaf or hard of hearing fans enjoy music.

Cons are that you will still need some other listening device to hear the other frequencies.